Tablets Yet Again at CES 2011; This Time it’s the OCosmos OCS9 Slate

January 7, 2011, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Tablets again, and don’t look us like that for saying tablet yet again!  Tablets seem to be flooding the Las Vegas Convention Center where this edition of CES is underway. Apart from the big names, there are many who are bringing in their stuff to flaunt. We have a new one here, courtesy of ShowStoppers! And, gosh, this one too is worth a buy!

Called the OCosmos OCS9, the new tablet to hit the CES floor, is in fact a larger variant of the earlier OCS1 we saw earlier.  Don’t just call it a new variant, the new OCS9 tablet packs within itself many a punch.

The hardware pack beneath the hood has a lot to tell. Starting from a 64GB SSD, complete with a microSD memory card slot for expansion, the hardware specs read quite good. However, the 32GB option will be missing, as you already guessed.

The tablet comes boasting of a 9 inch display and also is well fit inside a case that accompanies each buy.  The case is sturdy and would help the tablet sail through rough weather and even nasty knocks.

A touch-sensitive controller accessory is another feature that has been thrown into the pack. If you are looking for more, it will also come with a tag of “fingerprint magnet” due to the material it is made out of.

We are a bit surprised about the four buttons that appear on the picture of the device, because from what we know the tablet runs Windows 7 Home Premium. We say this because the four buttons are normally associated with Android devices.

We expect the device to hit markets by the third quarter of 2011. We are waiting for the price factors to be announced.

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